ABOUT THE FAIR
On October 14, Frieze London will return to Regent’s Park. The thirteenth edition of the contemporary art fair will present over 160 of the world’s leading contemporary galleries, from almost 30 countries.
Dates & Hours
Wednesday, October 14: 12 – 7pm (Premium Day)
Thursday, October 15: 12 – 7pm
Friday, October 16: 12 – 7pm
Saturday, October 17: 12 – 7pm
All tickets are limited and sell out. Please book in advance to ensure entry. Booking fees apply.
Exhibitors and Programming
Featuring emerging talents and advised by curators Raphael Gygax (Migros Museum, Zurich) and Jacob Proctor (Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, University of Chicago), the section will include an installation by Maria Pininska-Beres (David Radziszweski, Warsaw); a floor-based “water relief” by Samara Scott (The Sunday Painter, London) and a ceramic presentation by Jesse Wine (Limoncello, London).
Advised by Raphael Gygax and Jacob Proctor, the section includes: portrait sittings by Ken Kagami (Misako & Rosen, Tokyo); auditorium-based choreography by Edward Thomasson & Lucy Beech (Southard Reid, London); Xifopagas Capilares (1984) by Tunga (Galeria Franco Noero, Turin and Luhring Augustine, New York); and an intimate encounter by Amalia Ulman (Arcadia Missa, London).
Selected by Clare Lilley (Yorkshire Sculpture Park) and with free public access, the 16 featured artists include: Richard Serra (Peter Freeman, New York), Anri Sala (Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris & Marian Goodman Gallery, London), Seung-Taek Lee (Gallery Hyundai, Seoul), Carol Bove (David Zwirner, London), and a 11–14th century AD pre-Ekoi monolith from Western Africa (Didier Claes, Brussels).
This year’s programme, co-curated by Christy Lange (Associate Editor, frieze) and Gregor Muir (ICA, London) will include Tania Bruguera (artist and activist), Douglas Coupland (writer), Anicka Yi (artist), Adrian Searle (critic) and Metahaven (graphic design studio).
Frieze London’s non-profit curated programme, Frieze Projects is supported by LUMA Foundation, with additional support by Arts Council England. Curated by Nicola Lees, the seven participants in 2015 are: ÅYR; Lutz Bacher; castillo/corrales; Thea Djordjadze; Jeremy Herbert; Asad Raza; and Rachel Rose, winner of the 2015 Frieze Artist Award.
The Auditorium will see premieres of commissions for Frieze Film from: Charles Atlas; Xavier Cha; Gery Georgieva; and Thirteen Black Cats. Supported by Channel 4′s Random Acts, the commissions will be broadcast on Channel 4.